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ResurrectionThe Resurrection According to the Flesh of Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ

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Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ rose from the dead in human form. Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ resurrected in human form and gave "eternal life" to good. By His resurrection, Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ opened the possibility of "eternal life" to us.

The Resurrection According to the Flesh of Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ was on the third day, Sunday. The day count begins on the day of the Crucifixion, Friday.

Name of DayDay countSabbathDay of Week
FridayOneSabbath begins at sunsetSixth day
SaturdayTwoSabbath ends just before sunsetSeventh day
SundayThree First day

Gospel

Matthew Chapter 28 verses 1-10, Mark Chapter 16 verses 1-11, Luke Chapter 24 verses 1-12, and John Chapter 20 verses 1-18. These Gospel readings tell the story of the Resurrection According to the Flesh of Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ.

When is the Resurrection According to the Flesh of Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ celebrated?

The Resurrection According to the Flesh of Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ celebrated every Sunday during the Divine Liturgy and in a special way during the during the Divine Liturgy on The Feast of Feasts Holy and Glorious Pascha.

Feasts of Feasts Holy and Glorious Pascha - Fesakh - Hajmeh

The Feast of Feasts Holy and Glorious Pascha commemorates the resurrection from the dead of the human form of Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ for the salvation of the world. By His resurrection, Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ opened the possibility of "eternal life" to us.
On this glorious and holy day, the whole Church celebrates with joy the final triumph of Our Lord, God and Savior Jesus Christ: His life-giving resurrection.
By His death He has trampled upon death and given life to the world. By breaking down the gates of Hades, He has opened Heaven to all.

All services on Great and Holy Friday are moved ahead 12 hours.
The reason is probably to make the services more convenient for the people to attend.

Vespers is the Blessing the new light, The first proclamation of the Resurrection, Procession of Triumph, Divine Liturgy of Our Father among the Saints Basil the Great of Pascha, which is celebrated on Great and Holy Saturday morning.

Blessing the new light, The first proclamation of the Resurrection, Procession of Triumph, Divine Liturgy of Our Father among the Saints Basil the Great of Pascha
Pascha Vespers

Matins is the Hajmeh; Paschal Orthros; Divine Liturgy of Our Father among the Saints John Chrysostom, Blessing of Holy Artos (Pascha eggs and bread) of Pascha, which is celebrated on Great and Holy Saturday evening / night

Hajmeh; Paschal Orthros; Divine Liturgy of Our Father among the Saints John Chrysostom, Blessing of Holy Artos (Pascha eggs and bread) of Pascha
Pascha Vespers and Divine Liturgy

Vespers (Agape) of Bright Monday, which is celebrated on Holy and Glorious Pascha about noon

These Vespers are called Agape Vespers because the Gospel tells when Jesus said peace be with you and this Gospel is read in as many languages as circumstances permit. The practice of reading the Gospel in as many languages as circumstances permit is called Baouth.
Pascha Vespers

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